ANIMATION

More coming soon!

but to start here are some useful links for researching

ANIMATE PROJECTS

is a great organisation and resource for the more experimental side of animation in the UK

The Animate Collection is an internationally renowned resource housed on animateprojects.org. A digital archive of films, video interviews, documentation, tests, essays and interviews, it includes works by many key figures in contemporary British animation, visual and new media artists, including the films produced for the Arts Council England/Channel 4 Animate scheme (1990–2009).
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Check out this brilliant UAL blog called EXPANDED ANIMATION

 

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  1. Ellen Jane Power

    Can I recommend some books that have been really useful for my MCP?

    ed. Cholodenko, A. (2007) The Illusion Of Life II: More Essays on Animation. Sydney: Power Publications.
    ed. Gehman, C. and Reinke, S. (2005) The Sharpest Point: Animation at the End of Cinema. Toronto: YYZ Books.
    Leslie, E. (2002) Hollywood Flatlands: Animation, Critical Theory and The Avant-Garde. London: Verso.
    ed. Buchan, S. (2013) Pervasive Animation. New York: Routledge.
    ed. Beckman, K. (2014) Animating Film Theory. London: Duke University Press.

    Ellie

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